Honduras

Magdalena Morales: Until socialism!

We reproduce PST Honduras' statement on Magdalena Morales death, on March 26th. Comrade Magdalena: To socialism! Today, Honduras loses one of its left, revolutionary icons: comrade Magdalena Morales, General Secretary of the National Federation of Rural Workers in El Progreso, Yoro. She was woman of steel. Before her death, many...

Berta Cáceres’ murder in Honduras: that the mourn becomes rage and the rage becomes struggle!

  Berta Cáceres, an environmentalist and indigenous activist, was murdered last March 3rd, by the dictatorial government of Honduras. We dedicate this Working Women's International Day to her and the struggle she undertook until the last day of her life. Long live Berta Cáceres! On March 3rd during the night, the...

What doesn’t go forward should retreat: National Strike Now!

Ten days of torches marches have been carried out in Tegucigalpa and so have in other cities. The toiling masses are still determined to struggle against corruption, impunity, to oust the General and Deputy Prosecutor; they also demanded the departure of the president Juan Orlando Hernández (JOH) from the presidential chair. Thousands...

A glance towards rural women

What a paradox: the peasant women produce 70 percent of the country’s food but live in misery. In this article we will try to express the specific situation of the peasant women, who are a key part of the country’s economy.  To achieve this, it is necessary not only...

Congress approves the PST back to the IWL- FI

After a separation of 17 years, the Honduran Socialist Workers Party (PST) voted, during its Extraordinary Congress "Nahuel Moreno" for its reintroduction to the Workers International League - Fourth International (LIT-CI, in spanish). The congress was held in Tegucigalpa, on 14 and 15 May, with representatives of the Socialist...

The new disguise of Honduras coup government

Let us stop spurious Pepe Lobo government repression In August 2009, the politics of the Honduran oligarchy and U.S. imperialism was clearly to "hide" the coup, at first with spurious elections and then normalizing relations with all countries of the new illegitimate Pepe Lobo’s government.  Although the government had a...

Honduras: strengthen the popular mobilisation

Strengthen the popular mobilisation to defeat the coup-making administration       Last Monday, September 21st, the deposed president, Manuel "Mel" Zelaya, returned clandestinely to Honduras and is now in hiding in the Brazilian embassy in Tegucigalpa.      Zelaya's return was regarded as a triumph of Honduran people, headway to the achievement of one of...

Long live the heroic struggle of Honduran people!

Out with the coup!   On 5th July, tens of thousands of Hondurans moved to the airport of Tegucigalpa to await the return of the ousted president, Manuel Zelaya, who ultimately could not return to his country. They defied the forces of repression and suffered two fatal casualties and tens of...

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